– All right, now you can see we’re inside. The garage door is now closed. (peaceful music) (scraping) Here’s the problem. This is seven feet. We didn’t cut it. We didn’t break anything. Now we gotta regroup. Figure out. Hopefully I don’t fall
with this camera, here. (electronic music) What’s up fishtank people? Dustin’s Fish Tanks bringing it to you. On a Sunday, baby, how’s everybody doing? I hope you’re doing well. In today’s video, I’m
gonna give you a little bit of greenhouse update. But I’m gonna do it kinda Rachel Leary. She has A Day in the Life of a Fish Pimp. This is a Day in the Life of
the Greenhouse Gimp, Dustin. As I approach the 30 days to finish mark with greenhouse 2.0. So today I’m just gonna have
you all roll around with me, and I’m gonna talk through all about the twenty different projects
that I have going on at greenhouse 2.0. As I’m trying to get that sucker finished before the end of May. First, I wanna make a
quick note for you all on how this is going down for me. From like, an emotional, if
you will woo-woo standpoint. There’s a fabulous book by my
man Seth Godin called The Dip. Here’s how the dip works. The dip works like this. It’s a big, giant dip. And I’ve talked about this before. And here’s you with your new idea. And you’re like, “Oh man! I’m so excited. I’m gonna get a new greenhouse, bro”. And you’re like, “Yeah, it’s
cool. It’s gonna be awesome. Oh my god”. Or whatever idea it is. Doesn’t have to be a greenhouse. It can be a new fish tank. New relationship. New, new whatever. Something, something you’re gonna do. Something that you, you’re
like, I’m gonna go do this. That’s the idea. And you’re all excited. And you go through the
trials and tribulations and you come down through here. Okay? And then over here is the victory. The W. The win if you will,
when it’s finally done. But you have to go through
something that sucks before it’s going to be good. Nothing good ever came easy. It’s going to be terrible
before it’s awesome. Right now, Dusty is like, right here. Okay. And I’m starting to like smile. I grind my teeth at night. I actually had to get a bite guard so I didn’t gnaw on my teeth. I was so stressed about it. I was petrified to death that my hair was falling out and going gray. I had to shave it awhile back. It’s not, thank god. But, I was freaking out. I was going through a
hard part, all right? And I want to tell you all,
that that is part of the game. If you want something, you have to go through something that sucks. That’s why I haven’t been
making as many videos. That’s why I haven’t been
making as long of videos. Because I have what’s called focus. Follow one course until successful. I have one thing I’m trying to get done. Okay? One thing. I go back to all the videos. I’ve been doing videos since 2009. That’s not a problem. Right now, we follow one
course until we’re successful and I’m gonna show you the
course that I’m on right now because I’m getting close and it’s really starting to taste good. Come with me. Let’s do it. Now you’ll notice I’m leaving the house to head to greenhouse 2.0
with this cup of coffee that’s overly feminine looking that I use. Brought it for my wife,
put a big dent in it, so now it’s mine, ’cause I’m hard on stuff,
but I’m getting out of here. Notice, before I went for a run, but now I went I took a shower. I feel like a million bucks. I’m popping in my beautiful van, that somebody actually
ran into the other day. Now I’m dressed up. I got a college shirt on. I work for myself. I can wear whatever I want. I could wear like, one
of the five thousand fishtank shirts I have. I could wear a Jungle Val
liked it from behind shirt. I could wear the quarter koi shirt. I am choosing to wear a college shirt. Why is that? It’s simple. It’s self motivation. I feel more motivated. I’m ready to work. I’m in work mode. I’m going to work. Okay, I had a boss back in the day. Love the man. He’s a mentor of mine. If you don’t know what a mentor is, a mentor is somebody who is
better at something than you, or somebody that you go to for advice. He was my old boss. I’m still friends with him. He goes, “Dustin, I
want you wearing suits”. This is back in the suit and tie rap that’s cleaner than a bar of soap selling phones days about six years ago. And he goes, “I want you
wearing suits, dude”. I’m like, “Why do you want
me wearing suits, man? You don’t make everybody else wear suits”. And he goes, “You’re
different. Be different”. And I took that to heart. And the next year, the second
year with that company, I sold a million dollars worth of phones and left all the veteran sales guys like, wondering with their heads
spinning with their pants down around their ankles ’cause the
young rookie smoked them all. So there is something
psychological about dressing up. I could dress like a bum. Now, I am wearing shorts
’cause I’m about to get into a hot greenhouse, but regardless. I’m dressed up. I’m on my commute to work. Now, it’s about couple minutes til 9:00. I have to get about 50 different
people in line right now. So time is money when it comes
to mine, take it in blood. So what I’m gonna do is this, I’m gonna make a million
different phone calls to a million different people to make sure they are getting done what I need done. And I’m hitting them up early, not late, early in the day to make sure that what I need done is going on. Here’s how it goes. Banks Engineering Nicholasville, Kentucky. Engineer’s owe me prints for the concrete, which we’re gonna talk about later, you gotta have prints to do it right. – [Phone Operator] Banks Engineering? – You gotta spend every
waking minute of your day doing something to move
you towards your direction. Yes I’m driving, I’m making a video, and a call at the same time. She’s on mute. She can’t hear that. Step one. Now I gotta call the concrete guy. Hey I wanted to give you an update, boss. I’m picking up those prints
from Banks Engineering for the concrete. The drain, Charlie put
the drain in yesterday. So we’re good to go. I know you’re doing other stuff. I just wanted to let you know, I should have everything for you. – [Concrete Man] All right, Dustin. – Appreciate you. – [Concrete Man] All right. Bye, thanks. – [Concrete Man] Bye. – Talking to this. Talking to you. All right, so. Now, what he doesn’t know,
and you’re about to know, is there’s things that he gotta redo. To Jessamine County. And in the five seconds that
the camera has been off, I got a call from my plumber. The plumber is trying to connect the lines from my toilet urinal, everything into my holding tank, but they need gravel. Luckily I’m a master at gravel
and I got 57’s out there boy. I got them 57’s, gonna pour them round that
there septic tank there we’re gonna get that thing done. We gonna get that thing fixed, gonna be taking that pisses
in that urinal, yeah. I’m just gonna be real with ya this is the part that never gets old. Turn on to old Law La Fair Road here, and we look over yonder, and we can see the greenhouse over there part way open. Roll up in here. Andrew’s already here on point, ready to rock. The big guns ready for you all. Insulation, my man here is supposedly coming down here at some point. But first things first man. Gotta open up the vents. Look at the temperature in here though. Nine o’clock, ninety
degrees, nine o’clock. Here’s the fun part about it. In the aquarium system here, there’s a thermometer somewhere. You think we can we grow plants in here? That, coming along nice. Oh, here it is. ninety degrees in here. Water temp, 75. Perfect. We’re still working on the lines work to get everything going. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Open. (heavenly music) Alright, check out this walk. While I was at Aquashella, bro. I decided to let the concrete guys go ahead and keep
moving on the concrete. So they made this wonderful walk. Come closer, this walk is amazing. It’s beautiful brush concrete. It is seven feet wide
here, five feet wide there. There’s handicap access
available right there. There’s supposed to be certain width which is a problem down
which I’m gonna talk about. I absolutely love this walk. I wasn’t here on site
when they built this walk, but I wanna show you all
something that I’m learning. The negative thing is right
here, here’s the positive. This is geenhouse 2.0. This is where greenhouse
2.1 is going to be. Notice how the sidewalk comes back here. I’m gonna have a pier just
like that one right there. It’s gonna go right about here. And then I’m gonna have another one. It’s gonna go, what I got,
three or four of them. Well, I’ll have one, two, three of them. The last one will be
right here on the end. So I made the sidewalk, knowing that I’m gonna eventually build another spot right here. So here’s the bad part. Here’s the rub. If you take this right
here, this is seven feet. A little over seven feet right here. And you lift this up. Handicap access, and
the initial pole on ramp is supposed to be, for
every, for every foot, a quarter of an inch. 1.75 inches, here’s the problem. This is seven feet. If I raise this up to level right here, this slope is (mimicking excitement sound) five and a half inches, which
is not gonna work ’cause it’s supposed to be down here,
with a very very slight slope. Now look, I wouldn’t have caught that if had a been on site. I woulda asked, probably asked Poppy and he probably would’ve caught it. This has to be ripped
up for handicap access. It’s worse. Watch this. Here’s the problem. We poured this big beautiful walk, but I’m talking to Mark yesterday, and he’s like, “Yeah man”. He’s like, “That’s not gonna work as far as pouring in the driveway.” So I was like, “Well dude,
let’s just skip it and whatever, and we can just build a little ramp here.” And I was thinking, we’d
build a ramp from here down and have a little slope that way. I hire him because he is
a subject matter expert. I was trying to gettily
fix it, if you will. And he was like, “Dude,” he goes “It ain’t gonna look right.” And I said, “What do you mean?” Step back here, I’ll show ya. I’m looking at it too close. He told me, he goes “Think
about it from a whole hundred foot long thing. They’re gonna have this
hundred feet of concrete that goes up and makes a nice
little curve against that walk and then up here you’re gonna have some shwill looking thing that goes up here. And then you drive over the walk.” So, we’re gonna rip out the
handicap access over there and we’re gonna rip out some of this when we finally pour this
entire thing in concrete. Now, let’s talk about something you all might be slightly interested in. We’re gonna talk about water. We’re not gonna talk about
water in aquariums, just yet. We’re gonna talk about where all the water on this property goes to. Water and storm water management
is a big deal apparently. Apparently, it also
costs about nine grand. Let me show you what’s going on. Over here is a drain. This is put in by my neighbor Charlie. Came out here the other day and he was actually just
carrying a bunch of rocks onto the property to get this done. Here’s the rub. There’s the drain. Everything from the
parking lot is supposed to go to that there drain. That’s not an issue. “Why are you dressed up in angry Dustin?” I’ll tell you my water fishtank people because life sometimes has winters, and I thought I was in the spring. But everything comes and things happen. And you just can’t control
the new construction. I’m dressed up and I’ve
been on point all day and I’m still on point
but I want to show you some of the drama that is involved in new construction and it goes like this. I got drop ten G’s on a
drain, to drain the property. That’s all good. See that white pipe right there. That’s where the electric line was. That was the first thing I did and I was proud of myself I
actually got it in on my own. Well, come to find out, that red line, right there that red
line and that orange line go together and over here
where I’m supposed to put this ginormous humongous
head wall at the end of that blue stake over there, is gonna sit directly on
top of the electric line. So it’s not going to work. So I’m in the, hey, I’m gonna stop and think about it stage. Well then my man, neighbor,
Charlie, who is cool as heck, was like, “Yeah, we just gotta
stop and think about it.” But he definitely found the electric line. We didn’t cut it. We didn’t break anything. Now we gotta regroup. Figure out, oh I was gonna fall
and break this camera here. This is where the head
wall is supposed to be. It’s supposed to be three feet below that. So I gotta get this thing dug way out and grade all this down. There’s my septic tank and
there’s the electric line. So, we have our wires
crossed, so to speak, crossing a wire. But, you know what, that what is not true, makes you stronger. Next time, I built the
greenhouse behind there and the other one behind there and the other one over there. It’ll be just fine. Right now, it’s tough. Now, here’s the good news. Instead or rerouting, digging
up, undoing, reinspecting, reburying the whole deal
with the electric design, we just moved this box. So now, I’ve got this massive, what is it, water output, I don’t know. It cost me about nine grand. So now everything that
runs from my parking lot, the water will run out
the back of my property. While you guys, in the five
seconds, I wasn’t on camera, my wonderful plumber guys, over here, found my internet line. To be fair, Spectrum which is not really worth anything came out. They moved internet line
from where they marked it and they didn’t mark it. So it’s not a hundred
percent they’re fault. He hit it, nicked it. Luckily he didn’t kill the internet. So actually do still have internet. But he definitely blasted the internet lines, five
seconds ago off camera. It’s not even nine-thirty yet. Go out of town, everything goes. You’re okay Rob. You’re the guy I trust with the plumbing. What happened? – [Robert] Uh nothing,
it’s just not my standard. – All right now you can see
we’re inside the garage door is now closed. This is still open. This is all just natural
daylight coming in. Shout out to my man, Meyers Spence, for the idea of doing the roof, with the skylights, whatever. You can see how I gettily
put cardboard in there because when there’s a
high wind those actually go {motor noise} make this awful sound. All right, so you all
want this to be done, over the internet, the
revolution must be televised and it must be televised
over high speed internet. So, you can see, they just
nicked the cable outside and luckily it is still running. We have a hundred twenty megs
of internet in this property. This is my tiny little office in here. It’ll work though and notice, it’s quiet. Roll in here. I do not want to sit down where
anybody has peed on a toilet seat which is why there is a urinal here. There’s a toilet here. There’s a drain in the floor
so we can easily clean up any messes that are made. Roll around here. This is the pack out area
where all the packages, Josh and Ryan, will be hanging out. Plenty of outlets, quad, quad, quad, quad. In here is the oversized Atria AC unit. So in line water, here, here. RPV valve right here. I wanted to have water out
the back of the building. I’ve got water out the back right there. And then all that hot water will run here. Like Robert said, he could of, he would have done it
differently with a ninety. But whatever, it’s here. You walk around this way. I have hot water here. What’s fun is that before
the concrete slab was laid, I ran pipes from this one
to that one, from this one to that one, from that one to this one. These are all connected. So all I gotta do is turn
the hot water on here and I can run it over to
here and I can pipe it that way or this way or that
way or whatever which way, Dusty wants to go. Now let’s talk about the
Wadsworth Control unit. I do not, again, you
have to spend the money, in your aquariums to
make it easy on yourself and you have to spend
money up front to make sure I have hot water lines ran
everywhere, in line water. You’re on demand. I’ve got this over-priced
Wadsworth unit that is yet to impress me but is yet
to really be hooked up. So what I will do is I’ll
automate all the vents and everything. So while I’m standing
here if it hits above a a certain set point and everything will open, close, what have you. So I’m excited to see how the water is gonna work. That’s where we are with the greenhouse. Oh by the way, I’m growing the heck out of some plants in here. The plant growth that we’re pulling out of here is absolutely unbelievable. We’re pretty low on
plants, right now actually. But you can see all the
swords are coming out with just massive roots on
them, new underwater growth. I’m super duper jacked
about the way everything has been growing in here. Here’s a Red Tiger Lotus. We sell a ridiculous amount
of bulb and or plants and then I’ve got a couple of stems of the Triple Red, the
Triple Red Ludwigia. That’s just totally popping. I have to give a shout out to our friends at Fluval with this. I’m gonna do a full video on this. But this is what I believe
is and SP-6 pump down here. I’ve actually got it sitting in this basin right, it’s in this basin and then I’ve got it pulling through a screen. This is the most brilliant
pump like it just {water moving} You can go up there, you can feel, kind of like, the water flow. I’m actually gonna put
that piece back on there and it sucks everything and
I absolutely love this pump. It has a thermal kill switch on it which is super important. You wouldn’t think it
would be that important. But, see how it’s kind
of whirling right here, see how it’s got that it’s got that little tornado effect right there. What happens when it gets too low and I’ve done it because when I was building this system, I actually ran this too low. It got too hot. It kicked off. Think about that for a minute. Dustin’s out of town, all of a sudden, the water level drops,
one of these breaks, something happens. I’m gonna talk more about
this just in the lab early. But the thermal kick off on it, kicks off, that way I
didn’t kill the pump. So when the water level got too low, and the pump got too
hot, it automatically, knew to kick off. I’m going to be using these pumps pretty much exclusively on this system. We’re also about to build another system and they’re what I’m using
in all three of the systems that I have. at greenhouse 1.0 today, Oh by the way, Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday of next week, we officially move in to this greenhouse. Yes, you’re boy D is busy. Everybody have an awesome week. I’m headed to the Aquatic
Artist Convention. Gonna have a great time. I will not be there. My daughter’s birthday
was actually yesterday. You don’t get those birthday’s back. She’s turning eight and
she’s a total sweetheart and a complete nut. Everybody make an awesome week. Next time, life.

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  • What do you think about GREENHOUSE 2.0?

  • Another step closer! If you build it, they will grow! ?

  • Crazy projects i swear

  • D you made me choke on my apple jacks "the day in the life of the fish gimp"??? LoL?✌️

  • Happy belated birthday Dusty's daughter..?. You have to find a spot to install a webcam for viewing while away. I just did and it is a God send especially with wifi controlled pumps and stuff

  • Dude I love the greenhouse saga videos. I'm glad it's almost done. Have a good time with your family. And a Happy Birthday to your daughter. They grow too darn fast.

  • Very good video.

  • Dude, that's awesome! Vision, persistence, dedication….impressive! Love your style (entertaining and informative) and passion! Takes some awesome intestinal fortitude (guts) to do what you're doing for the love of the hobby!

  • "we gon' get that thang done, we gon' get that thang fixed, gon' be taking them pisses in that urinal. Yea!" Lol

  • Thank you for the update. Love to see what you are doing. You are on the other side of the world so will not be visiting any time soon. But hope you have a great opening party. Where other you tubers are invited to spreed your world to others.

  • Love it! Looking quite stunning 🙂 Dustin's crystal cathedral is just about ready to Tank On!

  • It's a amazing project, how much does it cost and how will u cope up with money spend on it?

  • Good luck getting to the finish line dude. ??????

  • You've come a long way mate. We are well proud of you. Your fan from London!

  • You make our Sundays fine sir. Epic journey. Great energy my friend.

  • Your building another one? When's that build slated for? Your killin it – an I for one am "Entertained"!!

  • This looks amazing. Can’t wait to see all the new updates

  • Looks Amazing

  • very excited for you , so much work

  • Commercial….2 minutes in…in the middle of a frekakin word another commercial…5 minutes in another commercial…..come on mannnnnn…..
    Im trying to support you but its hard when you interrupt constantly

  • Wow so close!! ..Happy 8th Birthday!!

  • I’m stoked for you bro! ????

  • Welcome too my world. I do it every day

  • Congratulations Dustin… So inspiring!!! Thank Q x

  • As a young structural engineer, I've been digging these videos mixed in with the tank/plant videos. Tank on!

  • Dirty D’s plantarium looking good ??⚔️ #spartaa

  • You are on your way to being one of the largest aquatic plant and fish distribution centers in the US. If you find yourself clinching your teeth during the day …unclinch and relax the jaw…works wonders.?

  • Now that's the way to build! I just wish you could've used solar panels and or wind turbines to generate your electricity.

  • Very cool , what a journey

  • You must be over the moon! Wow! You set your heart and mind to it and never gave up! I’m so happy and excited for you.
    You deserve to be so proud of yourself!
    Much love and success to you and GH 2.0!
    I hope to be able to road trip out there one day. It looks incredible!

    Happy Birthday to your daughter. Hold on tight! They grow so fast! My kiddos are 22,19 and 14. I don’t know where the time went. So good for you for being there for all the little things because they really are the big things!

    Wishing you all the best in all that you do! ❤️

  • Thanks for the update! I've been looking forward to this.

  • You are very inspirational my dream is to open my own fish store one day and watching your dream come to realization gives me hope thanks for sharing your life

  • Love it chief been watching for a long time now.The one question I have is why not try and reclaim all the water you can or are you? Hope to make it down this summer when your open from Toledo

  • Fantastic….. Great vid. Congrats on everything and power through that dip

  • Thank you for sharing D and as always congratulations also very cool that you try to inspire everyone, you have a great week to you ?

  • So Happy for you! Can't wait to finish my fish room so I can set up my racks and place my plant order.

  • ?????

  • I'm so happy for you!

  • Very Nice, you learned a lot the last year,the dip is allmost completed( and then the next one follows but that's life ).
    I see a wiser and more matured D standing there, a good thing but it's time for some time off, I mean with the building and managing all. Time off means selling tons of plants and having fun at GH 2.0 , maybe some running with siphons and those kind of important things in live.
    Well done D ,I'm very much impressed and know this is gonna be a huge succes ( you earn this because you did it). Siphon On

  • I love what you have done with your life and love the future even more. Tank on. Tank in. Tank over, around and repeat. Whatever. You are so cool, keep this way!

  • Happy birthday to your daughter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • its so satisfying to watch this all come together. all the best dusty!!!!

  • Great video bro, ur daughter at the end lol she such a cutie!

  • get a hands off set!! 🙂 your stressing me out!!!

  • Wait until you are receiving plants in your warehouse and spreading them out in all those tanks it will be epic. You water pressure should be through the roof. Looking good. I see lots of fish and plant videos coming especially the big tank, cannot wait to see it.

  • "No mud, no Lotus." It's your time to shine man ?

  • So how are you keeping the water temp at 75? Are you air conditioning the space or cooling the water?

  • Dude, you're gonna have tons of people making pilgrimages to that greenhouse! You know that, right? That's crazy AF!

  • Dayum! Complicated!

  • But, uh, you're distracted from driving. Bad example.

  • That Wadsworth thing sounds epic! ?

  • THIS is the video I was waiting for! Congratulations Dustin!!! Its almost touchdown (or maybe the rocket already landed because this was filmed a couple of days ago!)

  • This makes me want to chat my dream even harder. Sucks because I'm doing exactly what I should be doing rn I'm just not there yet

  • :Looking Good!!!!!

  • Get some nicer fitting shirts, it's make you feel even better

  • Wow! Big difference since last time I stopped in. So excited you're finally moving in. ??? And happy birthday to your sweet daughter!!! ?

  • The thing about dressing up is so true. There's a concept of "sleep hygiene" which basically means only using your bed for sleeping, changing out of your pajamas early in the day, not using your phone in bed, etc. I think that idea carries over into different areas of life really well too. I think having distinct lines between your work life, personal life, and sleep really helps get you into the right mindset for each of those things

  • Series of unfortunate events….this means you're getting close..and everything is looking good

  • this is the most elaborate way to launder money Dustin

  • I added purigen to my filter because my water was getting hazy. Would this affect the co2 i have injected in the aquarium?

  • Are you going to sell any pond plants?

  • your dip is more of a bell curve imho

  • Soooooooon

  • bring out the gimp

  • gosh dusty, you have learned so much and are doing so well. great to hear your moving in. be great. later, carmine.

  • Holding the phone defeats the safety purpose of using the speaker phone.

  • your sketch looks like a fuzzy balls…

  • wow ,,you are achieving wonders dude ,,love it

  • I LOVE your green house!! I want one when I get a place of my own!!

  • looking good D. proud of you. I would love to see it in person.

  • Can't wait for the day when I can come visit Greenhouse 2.0

  • I've been quietly sitting back watching the progression of your dreams this past year or so. I am so happy to see your dream coalescing unto reality. . Proud of you man!

  • That’s a massive undertaking!! Dude you rock!!! Go on through that gap big guy!!!

  • Dustin, been enjoying your videos for a while but seemed to have missed ur greenhouse saga until yesterday. Needless to say i have been entranced by this saga. As a small business startup owner myself i have experienced many similar challenges and i felt a kindship to you and ur struggles. Its funny to hear u speak about ur challenges and the conclusions came up with were very similar to my own if not exactly the same. I am extremely happy for you that your dream is now a reality. This saga of videos has inspired/encouraged me to keep on keeping on with my dream. So thank you for helping inspire my fish tanks and business. I look foward to see what you do next brother. Too bad i missed u at aquashella.

  • Happy BIRTHDAY!!!!! (to your daughter) You are so correct you can't get those moments back.

  • You've gotta throw some cherry shrimp in that vat give it a year an see how many you pull out ha

  • I want to know how much this entire thing costs.

  • You really jacking Cory from aquarium coop ode, wasn’t gonna say anything but that’s just crazy. But do you I ain’t hating either just speaking my mind

  • you da man
    getting things done

  • ??✌?????

  • congrats look's great

  • Nice video cute little girl congratulation on her 8th Birthday.

  • thank you for making me laugh this morning, thanks for all the tips and education, loves your way, good fortune for your new adventure

  • omg that's dope, i love the windows that open

  • Dustin what kind of throw down are you going to do when you open the greenhouse to the public?

  • Been pushing harder lately working on my goals. Instead of one huge thing I started with a list of smaller more obtainable goals, like a to do list. I then broke down that to do list into a list of each thing I need to do to accomplish the goals on the original list. At first this makes the list look huge, but once you take a closer look at it and start doing the smaller things to accomplish the larger goal everything seems easier and more obtainable. Used this method to build my fish room, also used the same method while repairing my fleet of atvs/dirtbikes. Both where huge goals originally and required alot of work, once I broke it down I wasn't overwhelmed anymore and got it and all done… mostly anyway my fish room will never be finished it'll just keep expanding and taking over other rooms.

  • Freaking awesome ? dude

  • It's looking great!!

  • this is pretty epic. So close you can taste it, eh?

  • I cannot wait to come and see this for myself

  • So inspirational to see you build your dream. Thanks for doing it Justin!

  • You have any suggestions for plants for profit? I live in northeaster Florida and I wanted make a little money so I can do more fish things.

  • I want one. Only with one huge mega pond aquarium filled with exotic plants and illegal Red Asian Arowanas and Platinum S.A. Arowanas. Shoals of Cardinal tetras in the thousands. I could really enjoy that. Better than Lisinopril.

  • fully appreciate the whole business shirt mentality.. however, the shirt is way to big for you.has the opposite affect.. makes you look like even more of a bum lol.

  • Pimpest greenhouse I’ve ever seen.


  • One of the 1st things i learnt about construction 30 odd years ago was that if you are over budget when you get out of the ground you have problems. To this day there has never been a truer word said to me. Lots of work and money goes into the groundworks and that's where people underestimate their budget costings.

  • Mate they opening of the vents nearly made me hard she’s sexy baby ugh

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